|What Are We Fighting For? - WA4CZD|
In 1942, CBS produced a series of six 15-minute programs that were broadcast from Army camps around the country. Each episode of What Are We Fighting For? contains a remarkable speech; my favorite is Alvin C. York's: 01 The Road To War - Edward R. Murrow at West Point, New York 02 What Pearl Harbor Means To Me - Lee White at Ft. George Meade, Maryland 03 Your Enemies, The Fascists - William L. Shirer at Fort Belvoir, Virginia (no open nor close) 04 The Russians Are Our Kind Of People - Quentin R...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Patriotism; Old Time Radio; Citizenship; Shirer, William L. (William Lawrence), 1904-1993; Foreign Policy; Reynolds, Quentin James, 1902-1965; 1942; Agar, Herbert, 1897-1980; WWII; Murrow, Edward R., 1908-1965; OTR; Lee White; Bradley, Omar Nelson, 1893-1981; York, Alvin Cullum, 1887-1964
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|The Army-Navy Screen Magazine 50 - United States. Army Signal Corps’ Army Pictorial Service|
The Army-Navy Screen Magazine Number 50, 1945 01 William L. Shirer Talks About The Hitler Youth: Short film about the Hitler Youth and their activities in Nazi Germany. 02 By Request: Short film about German human torpedoes. Another film about Brooklyn New York, including street scenes, baseball, Ebbets Field. The final segment is probably from the January 11, 1945 episode of Command Performance and features Lina Romay singing "Chiu Chiu." The Army-Navy Screen Magazine 50 1945: the entire newsre...
Keywords: The Army-Navy Screen Magazine; US Army; Shirer, William L. (William Lawrence), 1904-1993; United States. Army; World War II; WWII; Neger; Human torpedo; World War II: Homefront; Romay, Lina; World War, 1939-1945; National socialism and youth; Guderian, Heinz, 1888-1954; Brooklyn Dodgers (Baseball team); Brooklyn (New York City, New York state, United States, North and Central America) borough